Over the long run, high-yield dividend stocks have been the stocks to buy. Studies have shown that over time, they’ve outperformed both the broad market and lower-yielding dividend payers. So it’s important to remember that chasing high …
There's an old saying on Wall Street that says, "Profits are a matter of opinion, but dividends are a matter of fact." As U.S. and global economies accelerate and companies earn fatter profits, dividends are the proverbial "area of interest" for fact ...
Here's a look at why these high-yield stocks could head lower this year, and one that looks much more appealing right now. Buckeye Partners is coming off a rough 2017, with the global terminal operator losing more than a quarter of its …
Who doesn't like a stock that pays you to own it? That's exactly what dividend stocks do. It only makes sense that investors would like high-yield dividend stocks, because they pay even more to own them. There are some potential …
If you are like me, you love a good dividend stock. There's nothing better than sitting back and collecting a quarterly dividend, especially if the stock in question is offering a big yield. But there are a few things you need to know before …
It can be tough for income-seeking investors to find a decent high-yield investment these days that doesn't also come with a high level of risk. That's because most low-risk bank products offer paltry payouts thanks to low-interest rates while …
LONDON (Reuters) - Calling the top in world markets and getting the timing of it right seems like a lottery, but predicting the catalyst for the turnaround may be less random. High-yield, or so-called “junk”, bonds are on a tear that puts even …
Pharmaceutical stocks are generally an outstanding place to look for sustainable sources of passive income. Even though most companies offer fairly modest yields due to the costly nature of developing new drugs, there are a handful of big …
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Spooked one week, sanguine the next. Some stock investors are drawing optimism from the market's ability to move upwards in the face of loftier yields - even though those higher yields were partly blamed for last …